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The intermediate variant of the Touran offers more in terms of comfort and convenience, making it one of the best MPVs in its segment.

13 Mar 2013

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First introduced in 2003, the Volkswagen Touran is essentially based on a stretched fifth generation Golf. The car was launched as part of Volkswagen's foray into the compact MPV segment to fill the gap below its larger brethren, the Sharan.

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Being one of the most popular MPVs in Singapore, a new variant of the Touran joins the lineup, bringing with it a host of alluring features and expanding the range from which consumers are able to choose from.

The Touran is available in three variants locally, and the new Touran Comfort, which features the same 1.4-litre TSI Twincharger engine found in its counterparts, slots in between the Touran 1.4 TSI and the Touran 1.4 Sport TSI.


Looking much like its carbon copies, the Touran Comfort sports the crisp family look shared with most of the cars in VW's range.

The front facet of the car features the distinctive trademark grille design, familiar swept back headlights, and wide lower air intake that make the car look well poised as a stylish people carrier.

At the rear, the equally familiar taillights also seen in the Sharan complete the metropolitan look.

If there was something prominent that differentiated the Touran Comfort from the base variant of the Touran, it would have to be the silver anodised roof rails which are affixed onto the roof, giving it a unique sense of style.

17-inch 'Oakland' alloys also come as standard on the Touran Comfort, enhancing the handsome looks of the car, compared to smaller 16-inchers on the base variant.

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Car Information

This model is no longer being sold by local distributors


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Engine Type


4-cylinder in-line TSI Twincharger

Engine Cap





104kW (140 bhp) / 5600 rpm



220 Nm



7-speed (A) DSG

Acceleration (0-100 km/h)



Top Speed



Fuel consumption



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